About Anti-Bullying Awareness
This course is for those who work with vulnerable people at risk of being bullied. The course will teach you to find out who is at risk and protect people against bullying. This training follows CQC recommendations to improve the safety and support of vulnerable people.
How long will this course take?
This course takes half a day to complete.
Who needs this training?
This course is important for those that work with vulnerable people who are at greater risk of being targeted for bullying.
What are the main points covered?
Understanding what bullying is, how to spot a victim and understanding the impacts and consequences of bullying.
How is it delivered?
Courses are delivered in-house or online via webinar/e-learning for up to 12 people. We also hold open courses across the UK.
How do you get Certified?
This course is available via an in-house group course for up to 12 delegates. Choose for the course to be delivered either face to face or by a blended learning option, at a time and place convenient to you. Alternatively, learn through one of our scheduled courses at centres located across the UK. Upon completion of this course, a certificate will be awarded.
Anti-Bullying Awareness Course Outline
- Introduction and explanation.
- What is defined as bullying?
- Spotting a victim and methods of protection.
- Impacts and consequences.
- How to prevent bullying.
- Effective management strategies.
- Development of anti-bullying ethos.
- Working with bullies.
Anti-Bullying Awareness FAQs
Are bullying and harassment the same?
Bullying and harassment are often used interchangeably and may overlap but they are distinctively different from a legal perspective. Both however are forms of discrimination and procedures need to be in place to limit any risk caused by any negative workplace activity.
What is workplace bullying?
ACAS suggest that bullying should be considered “offensive, intimidating, malicious or insulting behaviour, an abuse or misuse of power through means that undermine, humiliate, denigrate or injure the recipient.”
What is workplace harassment?
The Equality Act 2010 defines it as “Unwanted conduct related to a relevant protected characteristic.” In definition this includes discrimination based on; Age; Gender reassignment; Race; Sex; Disability; Religion or belief; Sexual Orientation.
What does the course cover?
Our Bullying and Harassment course will explore the difference between bullying and harassment, the laws that protect workers from harassment, and the laws that make tackling bullying a statutory duty for employers.